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Synthesis of Ingenol
by John L. Wood in 2004
Reported by the group of Martin J. Lear in 2014 (27 steps / 3 parts). Added 6 months ago.
Reported by the group of Derrick L. J. Clive in 1990 (43 steps / 5 parts). Added 7 months ago.
Reported by the group of Franz Sondheimer in 1962 (3 steps / linear). Added 7 months ago.
Reported by the group of Amos B. Smith, III in 1989 (16 steps / linear). Added 7 months ago.
Reported by the group of Guangxin Liang in 2013 (18 steps / linear). Added 7 months ago.